Static Particle Gravity; An Idea For A Theory

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An idea for a solution to the problem of quantum gravity.

Submitted: November 03, 2009

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Submitted: November 03, 2009

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It is clear to me that Quantum Mechanics and Relativity are the best models we have ever conceived of our universe, but I believe we make a mistake in assuming that to unite these theories we have to combine them. They are not even comparable theories – Relativity in no way trys to explain the physical mechanics of it's predictions, just as Quantum Mechanics does not try to describe chemistry. I think it is comparable to try and explain a mouse in terms of intracellular chemistry or a protein in terms of zoology.

I believe in simplicity and I think that many of the current theories trying to unite these behemoths of theoretical physics invent to many ideas that have no physical bearing on what surrounds us. I have a theory of quantum gravity and it involves no knew physics just the further appreciation of discoveries we have already made. It has two basic principles that I believe have profound and visible effects.

The first is that the virtual particle/antiparticle pairs that constitute vacuum energy are in fact lone particles which are static in the forth dimension. The second is that matter and energy disperses these static particles setting up a radiation pressure gradient that manifests itself to us as gravity/inertia. The static nature of the vacuum particles explains their virtual appearance to us as their energy does not move through time so to us they appear and then disappear.

It also solves the problem of their colossal energy as it is limited to amount of virtual particles in existence at this time as most of it is locked away in the past and future. The vacuum pressure gradient is a logical consequence of these particles existence, which is often ignored or mathematically limited in current theory. Its effect is visible in the Casimir Effect and its pervasion of the physical world is obvious when one considers the Lamb Shift.

The decreasing energy density of the Static Particle Field in the future may even drive our perception of time by binding normal non-static matter to a direction in time by a radiation pressure gradient in the forth dimension. Radiation pressure gradients in the forth dimension also accounts for the temporal effects of gravity predicted by Relativity. I believe this theory is consistent with both Relativity and Quantum Mechanics and will lead to a greater understanding of the universe. I also believe that this means that gravity is an emergent property of the quantum nature of the three fundamental forces of nature. It also may indicate that that these three forces are emergent properties of the Static Particle Field.


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